MCHS posted a team score of 172 after taking the four best rounds out of six players, while Columbia was six shots off the pace with a 178. Hindered by a uncharacteristically shaky round by State tournament hopeful Zack West, Community finished a distant third with a score of 189.
Junior Austin Blade recorded the second lowest score of the match and led the Tigers with a 41, while Brooks Leftwich and Miller Sale each carded a 43. Freshman Wilson Limbaugh played his best round of the season for Marshall County and finished with a 45.
Columbia freshman Jackson Calvin registered the lowest score of the day and paced the Lions with a 38. Noah Butler followed Calvin with a 42, while Troy Stewart and Jacob Bushey both shot 49.
West led Community with a 45 and Jake Garrett tallied a 46. Dillon West notched a 48 for the Vikings as well, while Luke Primm recorded a 50.
After facing county rivals Cornersville and Forrest this Thursday at the Lewisburg Recreation Center, Marshall County will take on Eagleville and Cascade next Tuesday at Saddle Creek Golf Course.